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Jr Timberwolves have their way against Jr Spartans
Bulletin football 2019
Chargers ball carrier Thomas Perea follows the block of Antonio Costa against the Lathrop Jr. Spartans. - photo by DAVE CAMPBELL/The Bulletin

LATHROP — Tommy Perea ran wild for the varsity Manteca Jr. Timberwolves on Saturday in a 38-0 thumping of the Lathrop Jr. Spartans in Central Valley Youth Football and Cheer action at Bennie Gatto Field.
Perea had 176 yards rushing on just seven carries with touchdown runs of 35 and 95 yards. Jordan Serbousek had a touchdown run of 87 yards and a touchdown pass good for 80 yards to Harlen Hensley. Fernando Alaniz ran in a 20-yard score, and Anthony Garcia spotted Bryson McMichaels for a 25-yard touchdown pass.
Fernando Alaniz made 13 tackles and recovered a fumble to lead the Manteca defense. Perea added 10 stops, Jesse Costa nine, Anthony Garcia eight, Arik Vivians seven and Adrian Ramirez (fumble recovery) two.
Manteca Cowboys 56, Lodi Jr. Flames 0
Bryce Davis scored three touchdowns in the first quarter for the Cowboys at Dino Cunial Field.
Davis ran for an 85-yard touchdown, scored on a 28-yard touchdown pass and stripped a Lodi running back of the ball and scampered 19 yards with his bounty.
Mahtaab Sandhu (six carries, 51 yards) added touchdown runs of 10 and 12 yards, Omar Diaz scored on a 26-yard run, Gabriel Flores from 10 yards out and Izayah Houston on an 8-yard run.
Nicco Salcedo led the Manteca defense with seven tackles, Davis added five, Ivan Alvarez (fumble recovery) four and Alan Corona made an interception.
Junior varsity
Jr. Timberwolves 35, Jr. Spartans 14 

Preston Smith posted a pair of passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown for Manteca.
Smith (2 of 5 passing, 37 yards) found Ivan Huerta (two receptions, 37 yards; 21 yards rushing) with touchdown passes of 17 and 20 yards and following a 26-yard carry by Juju Moncada (five carries, 85 yards) Smith took it in from the 1-yard line. Gage Pfeifer (10 carries, 41 yards) added a 2-yard scoring plunge and Luis Rosas Jr. (four carries, 12 yards) scored from 3 yards out. Acie Matthews also contributed on offense.
Huerta made five tackles and a fumble recovery. Robert Gaston added four stops, Pfeifer three and Rosas Jr. and Noah Navarro two each. Matthews and Owen Gully each recovered a fumble.
Cowboys 53, Jr. Flames 0
Quinn Martinez and Santana Stevenson combined for four touchdowns and more than 200 yards for Manteca.
Martinez (seven carries, 110 yards) returned a kickoff 72 yards for a score and had touchdown runs of 22 and 45 yards while Stevenson (two receptions, 71 yards) pulled in a 52-yard scoring pass from Anthony Morales.
The Cowboys added touchdowns passes of 5 yards from Mehtaab Bhangu to Izik Quezada and 54 yards from Blake Mount to Robbie Espinoza and Christopher Gallego scored on a 4-yard run
Manteca did not give up a first down and every tackles was for a loss. Jeremy Ap’e led the Cowboys with 18 tackles followed by Mount (two interceptions) with 16, Landon Butler with seven, Galvin Goodwin with six and Anthony Morales (interception) with four.
Jr. Timberwolves 39, Jr. Spartans 0

Madden Melendez and Kendall Sweet-Mallory each scored a pair of touchdowns for Manteca.
Melendez  (five carries, 46 yards; three receptions, 43 yards) scored on runs of 6 and 8 yards.  Sweet-Mallory (three carries, 24 yards) had scoring runs of 5 and 8 yards and Albert Menchaca (nine carries, 80 yards) had a 25-yard touchdown run while Leiland Riggelman scored on a 1-yard run. Eric Vaquera added six carries for 46 yards and Brody Carabello had two completions for 43 yards and two carries 16 yards.
The Jr. Timberwolves defense allowed negative 63 yards.               
Maddox Morales led Manteca with nine tackles. Tino Torres added four, Sweet-Mallory (fumble recovery)  and Eric Vaquera three apiece with Melendez a tackle recovering a fumble and Andrew Salmeron making an interception.
Cowboys 52, Flames 0
Nicco Juarez scored three first-quarter touchdowns for Manteca and five in total, scoring every time he touched the ball.
Juarez had five carries for 121 yards with scoring runs of 5, 20, 19, 38 and 39 yards. Daryl Carpenter (four completions, 41 yards) had a 29-yard scoring pass to Ricky Soria, Anthony Lynch had a 15-yard touchdown run and Julian Ramirez returned the second-half kickoff 60 yards for a score. Elias Lopez added 45 yards on four carries.
They Cowboys did not yield a first down.  Julian Ramirez led Manteca with seven tackles and a fumble recovery followed by Juarez (fumble recovery), Andrew Estrada, Cayden Soliz and Devin Downey with three stops apiece and D.J. Bass Jr. and Julian Constance each recovered a fumble.
Cowboys 40, Jr. Flames 33

Terrance Montgomery gained 276 yards on 12 carries with three touchdowns for Manteca.
Isaac Estrada (15 yards receiving; five carries, 58 yards) had two receiving touchdowns and Bryant Lewis scored on touchdown with 67 yards on seven carries.
Ayden Brown racked up 15 tackles, Estrada 14 tackles, Devin Cortinas nine, Bryant Lewis eight and Montgomery six. Christopher Hernandez recovered a fumble.